The DOI’s Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department issued its fourth report pursuant to Local Law 166 of 2017, which directs OIG-NYPD to consider “patterns or trends identified by analyzing actions, claims, complaints, and investigations” filed against the NYPD.
The Department of Investigation’s (“DOI”) Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department (“OIG-NYPD”) issued a report examining the New York City Police Department’s (“NYPD”) use of the Criminal Group Database (“CGD”).
A report on total overtime hours recorded and total overtime paid to employees of the New York city housing authority for the prior calendar year. The data in such report shall be aggregated by borough and housing development and disaggregated by department and job title.
In 2019, DOI continued its commitment to protecting New York City from corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse and rooting out municipal corruption through arrests, investigations, and recommendations for agency reforms.
An examination of certain aspects of HRA Special One-Time Assistance (SOTA) program, a rental assistance program that is designed to provide permanent, stable housing to qualified DHS clients. The Report found several deficiencies in processes and practice related to SOTA.
The Diversity & EEO Plan, mandated by the New York City Charter, communicates the agency’s intention to promote EEO and diversity and inclusion by continuing effective measures or implementing new strategies and programs that prevent, diminish, or eliminate barriers to equal opportunity employment.
2019 Assessment of Litigation Data Involving NYPD, pursuant to a 2017 law passed by City Council (Local Law No. 166 of 2017). The report assesses NYPD's ongoing efforts to track and analyze data from claims and lawsuits, with a particular focus on the Department's early intervention system.